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Conservatives painting Government of Canada website blue, organizing by themes not departments, NDP says new look obscuring sensitive facts

A transformation of the old gc.ca into a new Canada.ca has been taking place since December, a massive overhaul that is steadily changing the face of federal portals and appearance department-by-department—with 2016 as the target year for completion.

The Government of Canada is changing its websites and the NDP says it’s actually obscuring information for the public and masking the fact that sensitive facts are becoming harder and harder to dig out. Screen capture of Government of Canada website

 

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Conservatives painting Government of Canada website blue, organizing by themes not departments, NDP says new look obscuring sensitive facts

A transformation of the old gc.ca into a new Canada.ca has been taking place since December, a massive overhaul that is steadily changing the face of federal portals and appearance department-by-department—with 2016 as the target year for completion.

The Government of Canada is changing its websites and the NDP says it’s actually obscuring information for the public and masking the fact that sensitive facts are becoming harder and harder to dig out. Screen capture of Government of Canada website

 

  

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